45 Upper College Rd, Kingston, RI 02881, United States
In 1951, Charlotte received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from the University of Rhode Island.
Gainesville, Florida 32611, United States
In 1966, Spungin got a Master of Education degree from the University of Florida.
Nova Southeastern University, Davie, Florida, United States
In 1981, Charlotte received an Education Specialist degree from Nova Southeastern University.
(Charlotte Isabelle Spungin co-authored this book together...)
Charlotte Isabelle Spungin co-authored this book together with Hilda F. Besner.
In 1951, Charlotte received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from the University of Rhode Island. Later, in 1966, she got a Master of Education degree from the University of Florida. Then, Spungin continued her education at Nova Southeastern University, in Davie, graduating with an Education Specialist degree in 1981.
During the period from 1961 till 1990, Charlotte held a post of a teacher of Psychology, American Government and Economics, as well as a post of a head of Social Science Department at South Broward High School, Hollywood. Between 1979 and 1981, she acted as a member of the board of directors at Lippman Youth Shelter. From 1985 till 1990, Spungin also held a post of a member of the board of directors at the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center in Dania Beach, Florida. In 1987, she was appointed a chairperson of education committee at the National Anti-Defamation League, a post she held till 1989.
During her career, Charlotte held other positions, including the post of an instructor in Psychology and Sociology at Broward Community College (present-day Broward College). Also, she worked as a state representative to Task Force on Alcohol and Youth and as a member of Florida Governor’s Task Force on Educational Accountability.
Moreover, Spungin acted as a writer for curriculum guide for the Bill Moyer's Creativity television series, as well as a writer for "Creativity" television series.
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"My primary motivation for writing is always to educate, reduce prejudice and increase tolerance."
"The major influences in my writing have been the students I have taught and the needs they have expressed."
Charlotte is a member of the American Psychological Association, National Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Phi Delta Kappa and Phi Alpha Theta.